Free Press Journal
  • Has Kareena Kapoor signed Omung Kumar next biopic?

    Mumbai: Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan is busy to getting in a shape for her next ‘Veerey Di Wedding’. After becoming a mom to Taimur Ali Khan in last December. She went on a maternity leave. But within a three-four month is back in a Bebo style in a Bollywood.

  • Ankita Lokhande will make her Bollywood debut with Sanjay Dutt?

    Mumbai: Television actor Ankita Lokhande might be making her Bollywood debut with Sanjay Dutt in his upcoming film Malang. According to report, Pavitra Rishta fame actor is currently talks with the makers of the films.

  • GDP slump: P Chidambaram slams Modi govt for ridiculing Manmohan Singh’s suggestions

    Sivaganga: Following the release of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Gross Value Added (GVA) figures for 2016-17 showing sliding of the economy by 1.3 percent, former finance minister P. Chidambaram on Friday trained the guns on the Centre for ridiculing the suggestions of former prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh.

  • Mumbai: Now, pathology labs at ‘One Rupee Clinics’

    Mumbai: Living in a metro city is one tough challenge and rarely do people running around get time for oneself. Often, people ignore simple symptoms in their bodies for the lack of time or money. Now, people need not worry of high expenditure for a health check up.

  • Paresh Rawal’s Guest Iin London lands in trouble

    Mumbai: In yet another instance of petition seeking stay of a film, the makers of 2010 hit film Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge have approached the Bombay High Court seeking stay of the upcoming comedy film Guest Iin London.

  • Ujjain: UDA acts tough on defaulters

    Ujjain: A meeting to deal with defaulters was held at the office of the Ujjain Development Authority, (UDA) on Thursday. UDA chairman, Jagdish Agrawal and CEO Abhishek Dubey participated the meeting with other officials.  The duo instructed them to terminate allotment letters and lease deed of defaulters falling under various projects of UDA.

  • Mumbai: One held for raping minor

    Mumbai: A 26-year-old labourer was arrested for sexually assaulting a minor girl in Badlapur forest.

  • J Dey met Dawood in Philippines: Witness

    Mumbai: Deposing in the murder trial of journalist Jyotirmoy Dey, a senior television journalist on Thursday informed the court that gangster and prime accused Rajendra Sadashiv Nikalje alias Chhota Rajan told him over a phone call that the deceased had shook hands with underworld don Dawood Ibrahim.

  • With IIFA, the globe is going to celebrate Katrina’s b’day

    Mumbai: IIFA 2017 will be yet more special for Katrina Kaif, as, other than the fact that it’s happening at the iconic MetLife Stadium in New York, the event will be aired on July 16, on her birthday.

  • Indore: Sushant and Kriti’s Raabta with Indorians

    Indore: Calling their film an undying connection of love, Bollywood actors Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon visited Indore on Thursday to promote ‘Raabta’ film at Hotel Sayaji. Directed by Dinesh Jain, the film is all set to release on June 9. This is the first time Kriti and Sushant will be working together on a movie. Makers also released a new love song ‘Darasal’ on Thursday evening sung by Atilf Aslam

  • Take a look at Amitabh Bachchan and the Bachchan bunch

    New Delhi: Following his ‘ThrowbackThursday’ ritual, Abhishek Bachchan took to social media to share an emotional picture of the ‘Bachchan bunch’ with Big B from the mid-80s.

  • Ujjain: Kisan union strike hits common man hard

    Ujjain: The first day of a 10-day strike called by Bharatiya Kisan Union significantly affected residents of the city due to non-availability of milk, vegetables, fruits and flowers on Thursday. Milk supply was badly hit as milkmen stopped supply. Milk booths and dairies remained out of stock from morning till late evening.

  • Bhopal: Fear still palpable in Old City amid police claim of normalcy

    Bhopal: Forty-eight hours after communal tension erupted in the Old City, near Peergate and Hamidia Hospital, district administration on Thursday claimed that normalcy has been restored. However, fear is still palpable among residents of the area.

  • Indore: Mandsaur scribe killed, police-liquor mafia nexus blamed

    Indore: A journalist with an Indore-based Hindi daily was shot dead at his office in a busy market area at Pipliya Mandi village under Mandsaur district, about 17-km from district headquarters, on Wednesday night, police said.